We went to Culebra via the ferry from Fajardo on a day trip. Turns out we went late in the day and would miss the last ferry back if we wanted to see anything. So, stuck on the island we were until the next day. We met Tommy at the ferry landing, who told us about his hostel-perk was that he spoke english. Tommy also works in one of the cocktail/eatery shops across from the ferry landing. We didn't have any clothes or personal belongings except our snorkel gear. We knew we were going to be stuck on the island so we went ahead went with the hostel. It was affordable at $25/pp a night. Very clean. It served the purpose of a bed and a shower after being worried that we were stuck on an island with no place to stay.. The room was a dorm room with bunk beds and several travelers in house who were very hospitable. Anything else that we needed Tommy and Anna were happy to help us with and they were both amazing guides of the island. Tommy directed us to a hidden sport for snokeling behind Flamenco beach, which was the most beautiful snorkeling waters I had ever seen. We felt so at home and had such a nice time on the island that we came back serveral days later (this time we brought extra swimsuits.) There was a "suite" available when we returned. By this I mean that we had our own locked room, with our own bathroom, airconditioning, DirectTV, kitchenette, and a nice little balcony overlooking the canal-all for only a few dollars more pp. For a cheap clean place to stay with good people, good atmosphere, and good island guides-GO TO THE HOSTEL. And, even if you don't need a place to stay when you visit Culebra, stop by and say hi to Tommy and Anna-they are wonderful people!